Granger Shook joined the Huntingdon coaching staff in 2010.
After spending his first season as the running backs coach, the former Huntingdon linebacker and the Hawks' all-time leading tackler, began coaching linebackers in 2011.
In 2012, the Hawks' starting linebackers combined for 128 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, two interceptions, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. The unit helped the Hawks' defense hold opponents to less than 100 yards rushing in five games and less than 20 yards rushing in two games.
In 2011, Huntingdon's linebackers were crucial in holding opponents to less than 100 yards rushing in six games. The season included two of the top five defensive performances against the run in program history as Maryville managed 11 yards on 31 carries and Wittenberg finished with six yards on 19 carries.
Shook got his start in coaching as an assistant coach at Montgomery Academy.
In high school, Shook prepped at Trinity Presbyterian School in Montgomery where he helped anchor the Wildcats' 2003 state championship defense.
Shook completed his degree in Physical Education at Huntingdon College. He is the son of Craig Shook and Bonnie Secton and has one brother, Penton Shook.
Shook is married to the former Mallory Frances Insinga, and the couple resides in Montgomery.